Shots of bringing our 170A home from Washington and some GoPro video (starts 20 seconds in) of her in action. What a great plane. They sure don't make them like they used to.
Was N9593A and has since been re-registered with N170DW.
2009 Alaskan Air show, Light Touring STOL competition at Valdez Alaska
This is the Light Touring class competition. At the 2009 "May Day" Valdez
air show with scores as were posted on
http://www.valdezalaska.org/events/flyIn/flyIn.html (as of 05/23/09) Each
person had 2 landings and takeoffs, The best landing and takeoff distances
were added together and that was their final score. The weather temperature
was in the mid range. And there was not very much wind, at this point in
the day. Check my main page for the other airplane class competitions at
the 2009 air show.
Cessna 170 - The Ebony Airliner
Beautiful Cessna 170B. Mark Menendez talks about this classic aircraft,
flight instruction, and it once being owned by a Tuskegee airman. The plane
was based at St. Augustine, FL (KSGJ) when this was shot and has since been
sold. This was my first aviation video--made before I learned that video is
about motion! We do walk-around a few minutes into it.
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Classic Cessna 140 Takeoff
This classic 1946 Cessna 140 is seen taking off from Nelson, British
Columbia CZNL back in the summer. Also included is a Cessna 182F Skyland
C-GYCL on approach and landing. I had a flight in this Cessna 182 back in
2010 during Nelson's annual FlightFest.
1952 Cessna 170B - Fly/In Cruise/In
Series #15 Part #6
Fly/In Cruise/In Video Magazine
All the way from Lynchburg Virginia, Charles Cole fly's his beautiful 1952
Cessna 170 to the Fly/In Cruise/In held at the Marion, Indiana Municipal
Airport. Take a look at this Cessna 170 & all of the other unique vehicles
at the Fly/In Cruise/In.
Join us on Saturday of Labor Day weekend at the Fly/In Cruise/In !
Produced by: Inge Harte - Ray Johnson
Cessna 182 Engine Failure - Crash Landing
This unfortunate event happened to a friend of mine. He allowed me to
upload the footage and he told me this information, "Routine pleasure
flight cut extremely short. Fortunately for me, 200agl ruled out a turn
attempt although I had the natural urge to try for a split second. FAA
still working on cause. Possible ignition or induction system. Site
examination ruled out bad fuel, mags, separated engine components.
Everything under cowling was intact. Typical pilot error components
confirmed not an issue with the video. Checked primer locked once stopped,
so also non-issue. Happy to be alive."
*MUST SEE* Cessna Citation X C750 N750GF - Full Power Take off - Gloucestershire Airport
*MUST SEE* Cessna Citation X C750 N750GF - Full Power Take off -
Although this amazing citation X is based at EGBJ This is the first time i
have ever seen it. Is this the best video of the citation X on the
internet? It's Awesome
Information about Cessna Citation X N750GF
Year built: 2005
Construction Number (C/N): 750-0244
Aircraft Type: Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats: 12
Number of Engines: 2
Engine Type: turbofan
Engine Manufacturer and Model: Allison AE3007C SER
Registration Number: N750GF
Mode S (ICAO24) Code: AA1AA5
Certification Class: Standard
Certification Issued: 2005-08-18
Air Worthiness Test: 2005-08-14
Last Action Taken: 2008-09-16
Current Status: Valid
Registration Type: Corporation
Owner: S'porter Air Inc Trustee
Address: Wilmington, DE 19801
Cessna 180 Visits a Farm
A couple of friends and myself decided one day to visit a neighbor's cow
pasture behind his house in central New Hampshire. We thought it would be
important to document that we landed and took off from said field. Nothing
beats a Cessna 180 for missions like this. JM and DF thanks for your
participation and laughter.